I’d like to introduce you to a friend of mine, Effrosyni Moschoudi, who is an award-winning, wonderful author – and a lady who likes to help others and works tirelessly to do so.
Her Effrosyni’s blog is where you can find delightful posts - fabulous information about cooking Greek specialties like oven-fried peppers and Greek cauliflower. Also, there's travel articles, poetry and tips for other authors. Today, she is highlighting some book sales – my collection with 5 other girls is one of the books lucky enough to be on her page – Hotshot Heroes. (99cents - Free for Amazon Unlimited customers) (See book on right-side panel)
While you're at it, you should check out her other site, Effrosyni Writes. It’s a blog where she shares all kind of information about her homeland and supports other authors with interviews, writing tips, etc. It’s a fun place to visit and just scroll around to see what she has set out for her guests.
You’ll see her fabulous, award-winning, Lady of the Pier series there:
From Book #1 – The Ebb: When Sofia falls in love, a mourning spirit begins to haunt her...
CORFU, GREECE, 1987
On a long holiday with her grandparents, Sofia Aspioti meets Danny Markson, a charming flirt who makes her laugh. Although she tries to keep him at arm's length, worried that village gossip will get back to her strict family, she falls desperately in love. That's when strange dreams about Brighton's West Pier and a woman dressed in black begin to haunt her. Who is this grieving woman? And how is her lament related to Sofia's feelings for Danny?
BRIGHTON, ENGLAND, 1937
Dreaming of wealth and happiness, Laura Mayfield arrives in Brighton to pursue a new life. She falls for Christian Searle, a happy-go-lucky stagehand at the West Pier theatre, but when she's offered a chance to perform there, her love for him is put to the test. Charles Willard, a wealthy aristocrat, is fascinated by her and pursues her relentlessly. Will Laura choose love...or money?
The Lady of the Pier trilogy has two timelines that stay unrelated in The Ebb. They begin to merge in The Flow and finally become one story in The Storm. Although The Ebb creates a strong premise for the rest of the series it has a satisfactory ending and can be an enjoyable standalone read.
Effrosyni Moschoudi was born and raised in Athens, Greece. As a child, she loved to sit alone in her garden scribbling rhymes about flowers, butterflies and ants. Today, she writes novels with Greek lovers in mind. Her idea of a perfect day involves her three favorite things: books, movies and the beach. She lives in a quaint seaside town near Athens with her husband Andy and a naughty cat called Felix, but her mind forever drifts to her beloved island of Corfu.